Trai Seeks Views
Broadcasting sector regulator Trai has come out with a draft tariff order for non-addressable cable or analog television programs and sought views from the public and the trade.
In the draft tariff order, Trai has prescribed that broadcasters will have to mandatorily offer all their channels on a-la-carte foundation though they are also free to provide bouquets.
It has also favored the continuation of the present mechanism to control wholesale tariff, within the draft order.
Income share between the operators must be decided in response to mutual negotiations and operators are to provide consumers bills and receipts for payments for the subscribed cable tv services and products, as per the draft order.
Trai Seeks Views on Draft Tariff Order for Analog TV Systems
In a remark launched right here, Trai mentioned the tariff order has been released in pursuance of Supreme courtroom order dated September 17, 2014.
Trai has requested stakeholders to submit their written views or comments on the draft order by using December 14, 2014.